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    1979 Datsun 510 Wagon Z20S

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  1. Its time for a Update 3/3/2019. With the New year i have been extremely busy with holidays, other projects and not the best weather when i have free time on the weekends. I went ahead and got everything hard wired, all the electrical is good to go. I installed the electric fuel pump with a 5/16" intake line, I need to go back and install a 5/16" return line. I got the engine to start but not idle. I think its due to the fact that the return line is restricting on the fuel flow(back pressure). Engine will run when given gas. Could also be the ECU needs to relearn? Everything sounds good. I finally found a down pipe for it so i have been working on getting the hacked up o2 sensor that was rusted on there off. So now that i have finally got that free, i plan on ordering some header pipe warp and rubber 5./16th fuel line and installing that soon.
  2. I recommend buying a service manual. Has a full easy to follow wiring diagram in the back. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-1980-Datsun-510-Model-A10-Series-Shop-Service-Manual-80/351983186372?hash=item51f3d531c4:g:msMAAOSw3v5YpL5u:rk:7:pf:0
  3. Yes, If you want to look at the whole wiring harness, Dash will need to be removed.
  4. https://austin.craigslist.org/cto/d/bastrop-1969-datsun-510-wagon/6809434655.html
  5. Not sure if the z20 connecting rod is the same length, but they still have it listed on Nissan parts deal
  6. https://austin.craigslist.org/pts/d/austin-datsun-wheels-2-240s-available/6788668791.html Emailed the guy, Cool Dude with some good stories!
  7. https://houma.craigslist.org/cto/d/datsun-240z-for-sale/6759700359.html
  8. I have a question. I am going to be reinstalling my heater core. I am wondering while i have it out if i should take it apart and clean it. I see dried leaves inside that i would like to clean out for safety reasons(Possibly of a fire hazard?) It was working fine when i pulled i out. Would it be wise to take it apart and clean it? Thanks
  9. I would buy that if it was in my state. Great KA Swap candidates! Bolt right in and you already have the manual!
  10. Update: 11/8/2018 Clutch Pedal is in working order, Rolls back and forth in the driveway so that is a success! Brake lines where also flushed in the process along with a new master cylinder. I have the CAM/AM all wired up. If you have a Automatic converting it to a 5 speed, From the stater you have to bypass the B/W Coilwire/relays and plug it straight into the B/Y Wire. I got it to fire over with starting fluid but not on its own yet. I have a feeling i need the Vacuum line hooked up to the intake for the pressure regulator to pull gas through. I ordered 3" Aluminum pipe and will be making a custom intake. I also received my electric fan so i will also be wiring that up also. Once i get it fired up and it runs on its own. I will order a header,, Oil,Temp,Volt meters for it and start buttoning everything up.
  11. Here the clutch pedal. Took a Assembly out of a 300zx and modified it DSCN4828 by thesegamaster, on Flickr
  12. Still have the z20. Sitting in the corner of the garage. I have everything to rebuild it.
  13. Update: 9/23/2018 I have been working on getting everything buttoned up. You can use a stock throttle cable. I got the wiring harness all hooked, beside CAM/AM Box. I wired up pigtails that plug into the harness, to ease my mind on cutting the harness. I have it all labeled, Just waiting to get ready to install the dash to see how i want to mount it. Currently gonna be running the old radiator with a electric fan. I will have to make a custom cold air intake pipe to get it to fit under the hood. I have been in the process of trying to figure out a custom clutch pedal. I took a Clutch Assembly from a 85 300zx from the salvage yard. It fit in the original mounting hole so i went with it. IMG_20180923_140338 by thesegamaster, on Flickr
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